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Formula Advantages
NitroLoc tm is a technically superior and environmentally safe product formulated to be a cost effective soil penetrant to provide immediate stress control. It is a liquefied copolymer containing surfactants, humectants and proprietary additives. NitroLoc tm has been especially formulated to assist in a quick recovery from stress conditions due to lack of moisture, presence of salts and a reduced uptake of nutrients by the grass turf. NitroLoc tm is an economical solution for large scale reduction of heat and drought related turf stress conditions. NitroLoc tm has the unique ability to attach, hold and then transfer moisture into the roots of the plant. This product attaches itself to the organics surrounding the roots and to the roots themselves. NitroLoc tm provides rapid relief from drought or heat stress conditions and significantly increases water infiltration throughout the soil profile. The product improves microbial activity and enhances the production of plant feeder roots.

Formula Benefits
NitroLoc tm is a superb soil penetrant allowing water and applied products to easily penetrate into the soil. It provides for rapid elimination of localized dry spots, surface puddles, and generalized wet spots. This formula moves moisture through thatch build up and allows nutrients to penetrate to the root zone -- where they are required.

NitroLoc tm particles act as negatively charged magnets that attach and capture positively charges applied products, holding them in the root zone. This prevents rapid flow-through, leaching and run-off loss of nitrates and all other additives while allowing for increased up-take of all nutrients by the plant.

NitroLoc tm reduces the amount of irrigation required per cycle. By reducing over-watering, the moisture levels in the thatch layer are lowered, minimizing the conditions that cause fungus, algae and disease.

NitroLoc tm assists in the prevention of stress related to high soluble salts in the soil. After satisfactory recovery from the stress condition has been realized, programmed applications of NaEx tm will prevent excess dissolved salts from being absorbed by the plant.

NitroLoc tm quickly improves plant appearance and health by stimulating plant feeding, moisture uptake and nutrient retention. This formula has excellent infiltration properties -- increases up to 60% -- allowing water to flow through the soil substrate freely and hold the water for plant uptake. By design it will NOT hold excessive moisture and will allow for rapid flow through of heavy rains or excessive irrigation. It is ideal for preventing "puddling" of water on putting green surfaces.


NitroLoc tm must be thoroughly agitated with water prior to application. The solution will remain as a homogenous solution after agitation. It is necessary to  immediately irrigate lightly after the application to insure the solution's access to the root zone and prevent crystallization. The syringe watering should be about 3 minutes of sprinkler head irrigation or a watering depth of 1/8 inch.


Do not apply directly to flowering plants as petals will brown.


The recommended ratio is 20:1 parts of water to NitroLoc tm. This ratio will ensure a proper distribution when spraying or fertigating.


One gallon of NitroLoc tm combined with 20 gallons of water will cover 10,000 square feet. The initial application rate is 4 gallons per acre combined with 80 to 100 gallons of water.

When recovery is observed reduce the watering amount by 20%.

Recovery will occur within five to seven days if the roots are still viable. Improvement will be seen for the next six weeks. A maintenance application of two gallons per acre is recommended every six to eight weeks after recovery.

Active Ingredients 50% by weight

Liquid acrylamide copolymer, humectants and sulfates.


Environmental and Personal Hazards

NitroLoc tm is non hazardous to humans, animals and fish. There are no known environmental hazards associated with this product.


Last modified: 01/28/05